There are a lot of perks to being House Staff at GWU, that’s why UHPers have a long tradition of taking on the job! (Apart from just being a really fun job, you get free housing and a stipend!)
Applications for the 2013-2014 year are now open for House Staff positions!
If you think you’re cut out for the job, make sure to apply!
If you’re curious about what it’s like to be House Staff, we can put you in touch with a number of UHPers that have had the job — so please email email@example.com if you’re curious!
If you want to…
- see your friends graduate,
- earn extra money before summer begins,
- extend the stay in your residence hall until May 21 at no charge, and
- be part of a university tradition
…then a Commencement Student Staff position is right for you!
The Office of University Events is looking for student staffers to work at Commencement on the National Mall on Sunday, May 20, 2012.
If you’re interested, sign up for an interview at:
Interviews will be held on weekdays between March 19-30.
For more information, please contact the Office of University Events at 202-994-7129 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A tutor who tooted the flute taught two young tooters to toot. Said the two to the tutor, "is it tougher to toot or to tutor two tooters to toot?"
GW’s Office of Academic Support for Student Athletes is looking to hire tutors in various subjects.
Specific Needs: Sociology, General Writing, Psychology, Astronomy, Biology, Civil Engineering, Business, Computer Science, as well as various social sciences
Flexible hours and competitive hourly rates
If interested, please complete the Tutor Application (.doc file) and return to Danya Ellman (Located in Smith Center, 600 22nd St NW) or email email@example.com for more information
Check out this internship opportunity at the Federal Communications Commission, sent to us by UHPer Chris Sedor.
New Media Intern — Federal Communications Commission
The FCC New Media internship offers students a unique opportunity to work with the first-ever New Media Team established at the FCC, and to take part in the innovative experience of incorporating new technologies into government.
Since its inception in August of 2009, the FCC New Media team has established many innovative precedents in government: launched an ambitious effort in online public participation and e-rulemaking; oversaw an unprecedented redesign of the agency’s web presence from the ground-up; and developed the 3rd-largest Twitter following in government. The Washington Post even hailed, “Julius Genachowski’s FCC looks to be the most forward of the Obama Administration agencies to grasp Web 2.0.”
Here’s a job listing that might appeal to some of you graduating seniors. They ask for 1-5 years of experience or a “strong background in legislative, grassroots and coalition advocacy or politics.” The full job posting is below:
Allegiance Strategies, LLC is a niche public affairs consulting firm focused on helping clients achieve a pro-growth, competitive and inclusive America. Allegiance seeks to hire a hard-working, motivated individual as a Manager of Legislative and Administrative Affairs in Washington, DC beginning as soon as possible. The successful candidate will provide legislative, grassroots, coalition, fundraising, finance and administrative support primarily for efforts to secure tax relief for family businesses and freedom for all Americans regardless of sexual orientation.
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